All prices are shown in AUSTRALIAN DOLLARS by defalt unless you otherwise select your local currency to display. You will be billed in Australian Dollars only.
NOTE: We will appear as Floor Five Pty Ltd on your credit card statement.
There are 3 ways you can pay at Wear It Out.com.au. We prefer Credit Card.
* Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express)
* Direct Bank Deposit (Australian Customers Only)
We accept payment via Visa, MasterCard or American Express credit cards through our secure online checkout.
We also utilise anti-fraud technology to better protect our customers and ourselves from unauthorised use of credit cards.
You can also pay for your order using your PayPal account. PayPal offers the ability to store your credit card details and bank account details meaning you can choose how you want to pay by logging into your PayPal account. PayPal is available to those cutomers who wish to pay for their orders this way. You will be redirected to a PayPal secure payment page if you select the PayPal option.
Direct Bank Deposit:
Orders placed with this method will be held for a maximum of 3 days. We must receive full payment within 3 days or we will be forced to return the items from your order to inventory and may cancel your order. You will be supplied our bank account details at the final stage of the checkout.
This option is only available to our Australian customers.
NOTE: Suspected Credit Card Fraud
We reserve the right to delay shipping of any order which we deem to be of a possibly fraudulent nature while we investigate the payment. We will contact you to discuss the matter. We will not send stock, even after payment, in the event that we believe a credit card has been used without authorisation. In this event, we will aim to resolve the issue with the buyer and if we are not satisfied that the credit card transaction is fully legitimate, we may choose to refund the transaction and cancel the order. Please understand that this it is important for us to protect ourselves and our customers from credit card fraud. This applies also to possible fraudluent transactions made via PayPal.